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Modesty has no place at this highly respectable sauna, where you get down to the altogether in mixed company. Sauna Deco is a small spa in a unique place and with a unique interior. A place for people that know how to appreciate a sauna bath. Don't...more
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Herengracht 115 | Grachtengordel: West, 1015 BE Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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I had a blissful three hours in Sauna Deco. It’s one of the most unique spas I have ever been to. Opulent, flamboyant, retro Art Deco luxury with amazing furniture and features. It took a while for my repressed Britishness to get adjusted to the...More
Who said Amsterdam was only about partying. In the city Centre you find this absolute gem, decorated in Art Deco. The staff is very helpful and prepare very nice food. Would definitely recommend spending an afternoon here when you’re in Amsterdam <3
In early January of this year, I had an 8-hour layover in Amsterdam on a flight into Europe. I used this time to visit Sauna Deco for about 4 hours. My time included a 1-hour massage. The therapists name was Rose...I've gotten a massage from...More
This is the first time we have visited a mixed sauna. Sauna Deco is an amazing place. Staff were so nice and friendly.
The women that did our massages were very professional and we now feel great.
If you can get past the nudity this...More
Have been here many times over the last 20 years. The sauna offers refreshing and relaxing facilities in the heart of Amsterdam city centre. Also on offer are a variety of massage therapies from professionally trained therapists.
Sauna Deco is gorgeous with its Art Deco styling, but it is minuscule with only two saunas, one steam room, and a freezing pool. The saunas are quite small (notice a theme here). I tried the steam room but something in the steam irritated my...More
We went there on the last day of our 5 day trip in Amsterdam. what a refreshing place it it.
For those not used to European spas, the facilities are coed. People don’t walk around hanging out, but if you’re really shy, this isn’t your...More
Amsterdam’s buzzing hub, with its sprawling network of tram rails and a seemingly constant flow of tourists and commuters, yields convenient access to some of the best sightseeing, shopping, and street life in Europe. Closest at hand are the Royal Palace, the quaint shops of Haalremmerdijk, the pedestrianized zones Kalverstraat and Dam Square with popular neighborhoods such as the Red Light District, and the Canal Ring
hardly more than a moment’s stroll away. With the well-connected Centraal Station as Centrum’s base, it's easy to travel farther afield via one of the city’s iconic trams.
Response from Z5572DUsteves | Reviewed this property |
Hi Osian12, in the saunas and steam rooms no swim wear is allowed, the change room and showers are coed, the place is stunning in its visual appeal that you will be overwhelmed to realise that you are naked. You can wear a... More
Hi Osian12, in the saunas and steam rooms no swim wear is allowed, the change room and showers are coed, the place is stunning in its visual appeal that you will be overwhelmed to realise that you are naked. You can wear a bathrobe or towel when walking around or just relaxing in the lounge areas. Never have we felt uncomfortable, intimidated or harassed when visiting Sauna Deco, in fact quite the opposite we feel refreshed, it is a liberating experience one for which takes about 10 seconds to appreciate that it actually feels very natural, In Germany, Austria, Netherlands such sauna/spa facilities are all the same in that naked in the sauna/steam room are the norm, some such venues have hotels attached in Northern Europe it is “normal”. Usually minimum age of entry is 16 to allow for a calm and relaxing environment. So in essence in answer to your question “is it entirely naked”........only in the sauna/steam rooms, usually you walk into the sauna room/cabin and place your towel on the timber benches not allowing for any skin contact with the timber, in the steam room you would simply disrobe outside the room enter through the door and sit on the seating provided at this point you have very limited visibility due to the steam, you are not going to be seen that much through the steam. My advice is “just do it”.........you are not going to know anyone, and if you did they would be in the same position as yourselves. It’s most liberating and very natural! We plan our vacations in Europe always visiting a spa/sauna hotel resort such as this - often called (Therme/Thermen/Thermy/Spa/Sauna). If you require any more info please let me know, all the very best.
My girlfriend and i are in Dam early april and we have raed about this mixed sauna...anyone had any experiences...is it sleasy or just good fun? any advise please? Thanks
March 05, 2005|
Hi we went to this sauna in January this year. Not at all sleazy and a very enjoyable afternoon. Thoroughly recommended - so much so we will go back when we are next in Amsterdam this April
Amsterdam Sauna/Spa (12 Replies)
Hi Does anyone know of a day spa in Amsterdam worth recommending. I have seen Sauna Deco but being naked just isn't doing it for me! nor am i looking for anything more liberal.... Previously in other Cties the larger hotels allow use of their spa with an hour/day pass any suggestions?
April 23, 2010|
Basically all public sauna's in Holland have the rule that you cannot wear bathing clothes. However, it is always acceptable to put a towel around you and wear a bathrobe when you walk around. Only when going in the pool or shower you will be completely naked. You will get used to it pretty quickly though, as you will be the same as everybody else. A few sauna's do have a monthly bathing suit day, or a women's day. And there are swimming pools that have sauna facilities where you are...More
spa zuiver vs sauna deco (10 Replies)
Husband and I will be in Amsterdam for 4 nights. Can't decide if we should stay at Hotel Zuiver for all 4 nights or stay in city near Sauna Deco. Which SPA is larger? We like the Thermes of Germany. Do the Amsterdam SPAS have Aufgass and Scrub treatments scheduled during the day. Do they have Hamaan?
November 30, 2015|
I visit Spa's in Holland pretty regularly. I haven't been to Spa Zuiver or Deco yet but from what I heard Spa Zuiver is pretty good. Deco is much smaller. Normally I visit the ones in the East of Holland which are situated in a more relaxed area with nature. E.g Thermen Bussloo or Veluwse Bron. Both of these have a natural lake where you can take a swim in the nude after the aufguss. If I were you I would stay in the center of Amsterdam and visit a sauna for a full day. The larger one...More